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Gales and Seaton, 1834
 

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Defalcation of Barnard Kelley a deputy postmaster occasioned by the burning of his office Dec 7 1830
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Further credits claimed by William Neusum a defaulting deputy postmaster December 29 1830
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Additional compensation claimed by George King senior a deputy postmaster January 7 1831
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Irregularity of the eastern mail February 11 1831
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Receipts and expenditures from the establishment of the Department to April 1 1829
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Claim for making the post road from Mobile to Pascagoula March 1 1831
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Condition of the Post Office Department November 28 1831
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Increase of pension of J H Webb a mail carrier who was shot in the Creek nation in 1805 Dec 28 1831
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William McBride a defaulting deputy postmaster
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John Trafton a deputy postmaster asks reimbursement of damages and costs incurred in a libel suit Janu ary 25 1832
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Error in a contractors bond corrected March 8 1832
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Further credits claimed by William Newsom a defaulting deputy postmaster April 11 1832
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Accountability of the Post Office Department April 20 1832
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Condition of the Post Office Department December 4 1832
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Additional compensation to postmaster at Jackson Mississippi December 20 1832
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Credits claimed by William Walker a defaulting deputy postmaster for losses occasioned by fire Jan 7 1833 253
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Appendix Report in House of Representatives on sundry petitions and memorials in relation to the trans portation of the mail on Sunday March 1 18...
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Mail from Washington to New Orleans 28
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Nett amount of postage accruing at each office for the year ending March 31 1827 156
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Application of Indiana for new mail routes 217
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